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Select Committee Presentation

FLEXIBLE LAND USE ALLIANCE

Media Advisory:
Select Committee Hearing

10 am, Wednesday 14 May 2008
Bowen House, Wellington

The Flexible Land Use Alliance will present to the Finance & Expenditure Select Committee at 10.00 am on Wednesday 14 May, in Select Committee Room 2, Bowen House, Parliament Buildings, Wellington on the Climate Change (Emissions Trading and Renewable Preference) Bill.

The alliance represents Blakely Pacific Ltd, Carter Holt Harvey Ltd, Fonterra Co-operative Group Ltd, Forest Enterprises Ltd, Landcorp Farming Ltd, the New Zealand Forest Owners Association Inc., PF Olsen Ltd and Wairakei Pastoral Ltd on the issue of maintaining land use flexibility in New Zealand upon the implementation of an Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS).

It will be represented at the Select Committee by:
* Ross Green, Spokesman
* Professor Lewis Evans, Victoria Universiy
* Hayden Wilson, Kensington Swan
* Graham Brown, Rank Group
* Murray Parrish, Carter Holt Harvey
* Kimberly Crewther, Fonterra
* David Rhodes, NZ Forest Owners' Association

The Select Committee Clerk has advised that the hearing is open to the
media and public.

ENDS


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